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I really appreciate the help. I tried the eyes more centered, and placed the ball more forward with the driver with better results. Is there a drill I can do to make sure that my right elbow stays in the correct position? I tried to do this, and it felt a little different so that means its working. I just want to get it more consistent. Also, I still had a couple hooks creeping into my round. Could this be because my weight is hanging back? That seemed to be the feel I was getting but I want to be sure.
As you should! This is the perfect way to do it! There is absolutely zero reason to leave anything on the face of the club. If you are trying to play a good shot why would you risk having something foreign on the face. Top 5 Ways to Spot a Beginning Golfer 1. Dirty Clubs 2. Towel Attached to body 3. Iron Covers 4. Cargo Shorts 5. Shot Counter